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The director says he made a mistake while shooting everyone's favorite Once Upon a Time in Hollywood scene.
Somewhere, in every intro-level college film course, there really should be a day on the syllabus marked, “Brad Pitt Shirtless in Movies.” When you tally how many blockbuster films the guy has taken his shirt off in, you get to thinking it’s ...
 
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The actor delves into one of the most controversial scenes of Quentin Tarantino's new movie.
Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a meandering recreation of '60s Hollywood that weaves together dozens of intertwined narratives of both real and fictional people. That makes it somewhat easy to forget some of the film's unanswered questions. In a brief—and ...
 
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The movie may also be Tarantino's second to the last film.
Quentin Tarantino has been saying that he’ll stop making films after his 10th. Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood brings his total to nine. If he were to be taken at his word, this spells bad news for Tarantino fans. The celebrated ...
 
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The martial arts master's biographer weighs in on the divisive fight scene with Brad Pitt.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood earned Quentin Tarantino his best opening weekend box office ever—exceeding forecasts despite being a nearly three-hour long R-rated film that opened while the Lion Kingremake was still holding strong. But despite also being well received by critics, the film has provoked ...
 
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The cast of Tarantino's latest film took their L.A. style across the pond for the premiere.
The publicity push for Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood is still in full effect. The film already gave Tarantino his biggest opening weekend after releasing in the U.S. on July 26. But in the U.K., folks have to wait until August 14 ...
 
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Quentin Tarantino's new film offers a fictionalized retelling of the infamous case.
Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a fictional film, but the tale of late-1960s L.A. includes many real-life figures. Among them are actress Sharon Tate, played by Margot Robbie, and cult leader Charles Manson, who orchestrated the 1969 murders of Tate ...
 
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Including writing letters in character and making artwork inspired by them.
Quentin Tarantino isn't your average filmmaker, and his methods of putting together a cast are a bit more complex than throwing a dart into a pile of eight-by-ten glossy headshots. Some of his Once Upon A Time In... Hollywood actors have shed a bit ...
 
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Fakes abound, but there's an easy source for a legit version.
It's not easy to pin down the most enviable look from Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood. The movie, set in 1969, is full of great outfits that run the gamut from denim-and-leather getups to some particularly sharp tailored offerings. It was a ...
 
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Hal Needham's life included cross-country street races, fights with John Wayne, and jumping off a 30-foot ledge onto a moving stagecoach.
When a movie bases characters on real-life people, the film version often ends up just a little more interesting than how they actually were—which tends to happen after you add CGI, expensive set-pieces, and very attractive/famous actors.Rarely is it the other way ...
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